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Annona conica

Uncommon fruit tree, with amazingly shaped flowers and fruits. Leaves look similar to Annona cherimola but its edible fruits are yellow and shaped like a drooping pine cone. It is an early bearer and our plants are already blooming-size. It is native to wet creeks found in the dry forests of NW Ecuador. It can bear fruits in pots!

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Uncommon fruit tree, with amazingly shaped flowers and fruits. Leaves look similar to Annona cherimola but its edible fruits are yellow and shaped like a drooping pine cone. It is native to wet creeks found in the dry forests of NW Ecuador. Flowers are nice, exotic-looking and scented, like many species of its family, Annonaceae.

Annona conica is an early bearer and our plants are already blooming-size. It can bear fruits in pots!

Notice: These trees sheds leaves in winter, so don't be scared if the tree is naked in the colder months. Our plants are leafless from January to early May.

Cultivation Protected
Plant origin America
Presentation Potted Plant
Max. Size 300cm & more
Botanical family Annonaceae
Light Sun
Light Medium
Minimum winter temperature 5 ºC to 15 ºC
Flowering Season Spring
Flowering Season Summer
Plant type Woody
Color White
Color Yellow
Care Pot
Shape Trees
Shape Shrubs